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Cellulite: Buttocks, thighs and localised fatty deposits

Cellulite: Buttocks, thighs and localised fatty deposits

Cellulite on legs is formed due to: Hormonal factors Genetic predisposition to cellulite Little or no physical activity Unhealthy diet Vascular problems Cellulite on legs is often more pronounced when too much fat is present under the skin; however, orange-peel skin and fatty deposits can be seen even when there is little fat, thus also...

Cellulite and aesthetic issues related to body shape

Cellulite and aesthetic issues related to body shape

Cellulite and aesthetic issues related to body shape: the latest innovative treatments The long-standing issue of the dreaded dress fitting and the hated blemishes caused by cellulite is always topical for women. Most women, in fact, feel the need to find a solution through treatments that help counter this annoying beauty issue — one of...

Cellulite: the right combination for combatting it

Cellulite: the right combination for combatting it

Cellulite is inflammatory degeneration of the subcutaneous adipose tissue with associated alteration of the structures of the supporting connective tissue, which gives the skin the unsightly orange-peel appearance. Cellulite is caused by a complex series of factors that cause a venous and lymphatic stasis of the tissue. In particular, the arrangement that the cells take on...

Eliminating cellulite from the buttocks

Eliminating cellulite from the buttocks

Why eliminate cellulite from the buttocks? Eliminating cellulite from the buttocks requires liposuction. Generally, this important aesthetic surgery treatment is performed when cellulite and localised fat affect a person’s figure and cause problems. Before resorting to aesthetic surgery, you could try to lose weight and therefore excess fat through proper nutrition and exercise. The more...

Tissue stabilized guided subcision: new technique for combatting orange peel skin

Tissue stabilized guided subcision: new technique for combatting orange peel skin

By Doctor Stefania de Fazio, Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon The tissue stabilized guided subcision method revolutionises the long-term treatment of orange peel skin, one of the most hated cellulite symptoms in women. The term cellulite commonly refers to all those blemishes ranging from orange peel skin to water retention which does not necessarily have...

3D liposculpture with lipofilling of the buttocks

3D liposculpture with lipofilling of the buttocks

By Dr. Canta Pier Luigi There is much talk today about plastic surgery and the new techniques which, thanks to research, allow this discipline (which sits at the crossroads of science and medical art) to constantly improve by crossing new frontiers. In particular, in the last few years, attention of the general public for cosmetic...

Cellulite: causes and the development of treatments

Cellulite: causes and the development of treatments

The cellulite topic as discussed by Dr. Michela Galimberti Cellulite is inflammation of the tissue found in the subcutaneous fat of the skin. 150 years ago the French coined this term to identify a common disorder initially characterised by peeling skin that mainly affects the buttocks and the front of the thighs. Cellulite is extremely...

Three non-invasive techniques for buttock lifting

Three non-invasive techniques for buttock lifting

Dr. Bruno Bovani explains how to lift the buttocks with new medical technologies. If breasts are the undisputed symbol of femininity, buttocks still play an important role in drawing the figure. The right curves give the outline of the body that shape which makes the female form harmonious and attractive and translates into beauty in...

Cellulite between physiology and pathology

Cellulite between physiology and pathology

Thanks to Dr. Bencini we discover what were and what are the approaches to cellulite today: modes of intervention and new treatments. Since the late 1970s, recourse to aesthetic medicine has spread, creating an ever wider energetic space by attracting those skills that were formerly of a specific field of study of dermatology and plastic surgery....